Category: Public Health

prion disease research

Sea Mammals Contract Prion Disease There is a deadly prion epidemic expanding around the globe. The epidemic consists of a family of fatal neurodegenerative diseases that are unstoppable among humans and a variety of other mammals, including sea mammals. We know them as mad cow disease, chronic wasting disease, scrapie, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and Alzheimer’s disease. […]

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Prion Contagion Unstoppable Evidence continues to mount showing that many American hospitals are brimming with disease following a recent announcement by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH). At least five patients who recently underwent spinal surgery at Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis may have been exposed to Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD), a brain infection similar […]

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Likely Caused By CWD Editor’s Note: I’m shocked to read this detailed article about moose mortality in Minnesota, but no one mentioned chronic wasting disease (CWD). Since this unstoppable disease is ravaging Wisconsin’s deer and Saskatchewan’s deer and elk. Connect the dots and you have CWD in Minnesota. This and other wildlife maladies are being […]

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CWD A Symptom Of Bigger Problems Editor’s Note: As we have suggested before on this blog, prion disease is impossible to stop. As a cluster of prion disease appeared last week in the human population near Vancouver, Canadian official’s today have announced that eradicating prion disease (chronic wasting disease or CWD) from the deer population […]

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CJD Cluster In Fraser Valley Editor’s Note: As the following news story indicates, deadly prion disease (known as Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease in people, mad cow disease in cattle, and chronic wasting disease in deer, elk and moose) has struck four people simultaneously in British Columbia. Based on government risk models, such an event is impossible. The […]

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Prion Disease Threatens Livestock Editor’s Note: A deadly prion is a deadly prion. Hiding behind ignorance and special interests is doing no one any good. Prion disease is always fatal. There is not a cure. Prions migrate, mutate and multiply. Sick animals (including livestock and people) that have prion disease contaminate their environment with prions […]

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Three Die Of CJD In Cleveland County It started with double vision. That’s when Ellen Horton knew something was wrong with her husband, Raymond. The couple was en route back to Shelby from a car show in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., in September. She described his driving as erratic. “He was all over the road. He […]

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global warming and climate change

Fracking Threatens Air, Water By modern definition, anything that threatens the safety of air, food and water is classified as bioterrorism. However, the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing (frac, frack, or fracking), is a legitimate threat to public and environmental health. Yet, the practice is proliferating around the globe. Its contents remain mostly a mystery. […]

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Prions Immune To Wastewater Treatment When Alice Cho Snyder and her husband Mark bought a 13-acre farm near Everett, Wash., last July, they thought they were going to be organic farmers, not the epicenter of a biosolids storm. Shortly after the Snyders closed on the property, Snohomish County officials notified the couple that biosolids were […]

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Sewage Sludge Spreading Prions More than 50 million people around the world have Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. It’s the fastest-growing cause of death in the world. Alzheimer’s disease is a member of an unstoppable family of neurodegenerative diseases known as Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy (TSE). The operative word is “transmissible.” Related diseases are killing wildlife and livestock […]

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global warming and climate change

Sewage Dumped On Land Driving Epidemic High winds in dry places such as Arizona and California have become toxic events thanks to reckless sewage dumping. These powerful dust storms now carry lethal doses of pathogens in the form of particulates, which are swept away from farms, ranches, parks, gardens and golf courses. Thanks to reckless […]

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smoking and disease

Nicotine Addiction Although most people know that smoking is not a healthy habit, they don’t fully understand why. Although most smokers know it’s difficult to quit, they rarely understand why it’s virtually impossible. Although tobacco products are legal, most people don’t understand why. This book will address many of these questions and conflicts of interest. […]

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